It is passed a long time since I made a keygen so today I found a bit of time to make a jump into the past… go ahead to see a video and the source…
GitHub is a very good software repository but it can be also used to find vulnerabilities using its own search engine…
I was looking for a CMS and i found this one that seems really good but after 10 minutes I found a XSS vulnerability in the FCKEditor plugin.
Simple tool for testing the security of your hashed password max 20 hash per request. Supported Algos MD5, LM, MYSQL-4, MYSQL-5, SHA-1, SHA-224 and more… Check Hashes.org for more infos.
A few weeks ago a friend of mine asked me if I knew any way to cheat with Urban Rivals, usually I try to avoid these requests but at the end he insisted so much that I though to help him.
Simple tool for testing the security of your MD5, LM, MYSQL-4, MYSQL-5, SHA-1, SHA-224 hashed password.
I needed a tool like this for job so I decided to code it maybe it could be useful for someone else.
Added multithreading support and whois service.
Link: InfoHost v.0.8.12
MD5 Checksum: c795c6da00e9ae32adb564127b96a448